Friday, January 17, 2014

432 is all about Creation!

All numbers that reduce down to the number nine are considered creation numbers.  This is one reason by 432hz is incredibly important for our spiritual development.  In Tom Cryer’s book “The Visual Testament” he explains that the number nine means a “divine triad of holiness”.  In Donna Nielsen’s last chapter of  “The Beloved Bridegroom”, she informs us that the Hebrew numerical value for both honey and women are the same - (306).  The chapter also informs us that in the middle-east women are referred to as a “garden” being symbolic of the Garden of Eden because the man plants the seed in the garden (the womb) and she bears fruit. After she bears fruit, she nourishes it with her milk.  Women are also referred to as “land” in Jeremiah.  So in this last chapter women have a connection to the land of milk and honey.  And as many believe, one of Mother in Heaven’s symbols is the fleur-de-lys (a stylized bee) as well as being symbolized in the Pharaoh’s headdress.  He was always referred to as the son of the Bee.  When you add the numeric value of women and honey (3 + 0 + 6) you get 9.  In Val Brinkerhoff’s books on sacred architecture and symbolism, everything related to the body of bees is in threes, sixes and nines and is associated with divinity, work, and fullness.   The fig is the signature food that is symbolic of both men and women; sperm, womb and fertility.  Figs are full of seeds and hang in twos when they grow.  The child lies in its mother's womb for nine months.  There is also the fact that the tail of the sperm is made of 9 twisted threads which after uniting with the egg, forms a centriole, which is a circle of 9 parallel tubes.  Figs are known as the most alkaline of foods – the most life giving force.  I believe the divine triad of holiness means that God is working through the union of woman and man to bring forth fruit (God’s spirit children receiving an earthly tabernacle)

Another source that addresses the importance of nine is the website – Halexandria.  The following information comes from that website ( )   Of all the single digit numbers, nine (9) may be the most profound.  Composed of three trinities (3 times 3 equals 9), nine represents the principles of the sacred Triad taken to their utmost expression. Think of the nine heavens. Nine has been and in some cases still is considered thrice sacred and represents perfection, balance, order -- in effect, the supreme superlative. 
In Numerology, the positive characteristics of nine (9) are selflessness, fulfillment, completion, universality, universal understanding, interrelatedness, compassion, idealism tolerance, forgiveness, generosity, benevolence, humanitarianism, emotionalism, and justice.  In the base 10 system, where all numbers are represented by ten distinct forms (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9), nine is the final number.  As such, it becomes a limit, a bound, or the ultimate attainment.  On a higher level, Abraham was 99 when the Lord spoke to him and there are 9 heavens, the highest level, or the maximum possibility.
The Greeks also honored 9 muses, while the Egyptians honored a company of 9 “gods” or neteru.  Egyptian pharaohs, meanwhile, were often symbolized by 9 bows.  In Christian symbolism, there are 9 orders of angelic choirs in 9 circles of heaven and 9 orders of devils within 9 rings of hell -- possibly accounting for the fact that it took 9 days for Lucifer and his angels to fall from heaven. 
Degrees in a Circle  
There are 360 “degrees” in a circle.  Which is a puzzlement.  Like why 360?  Keep in mind that the “degree” is nothing more than a measurement of arc which is determined by the first statement.  More precisely, a degree can be thought of as being defined to be an arc whose length is 1/360th of a circle.  Clearly, the circle could just have easily been divided into 100 units or 1000 units.  So why, you might ask, are there 360 degrees?
Obviously 360 degrees approximates the number of days in an Earth year, 365.24.  There is, of course, the minor inconvenience of there being 5.24 extra days for which there are no corresponding degrees.  This accounts for the need of leap years every four years -- except for century marks which are not divisible by 400 (i.e. 2000 was a leap year, 1900 was not). There is also evidence to support the contention that prior to 1500 B.C.E., the number of days in the year was very nearly 360.  (During the Ages in Chaos, it changed!)
On the other hand, 9 seems to be particularly associated with the process of human birth.  In addition to the 9 months of gestation, and 9 openings of the body (all of which operate in some fashion in connection with conception and gestation), there is also the fact that the tail of the sperm is made of 9 twisted threads, which after uniting with the egg, forms a centriole, which is a circle of 9 parallel tubes.   
There is a proliferation of 9’s which keep cropping up in the 360 degree circle -- as well as 3’s and 6’s, the natural components of 9.  This is particularly true when we apply the tool of reduction from Numerology.  For example, 666 can be reduced to 6+6+6=18, and 1+8=9.  Any number can be similarly reduced (although, repeated numbers such as 22 or 55 are often referred to as “Master Numbers” and are not always automatically reduced by numerologists).  The numbers in the table above, for example, reduce in the manner of: 360=9; 180=9; 120=3; 90=9; 72=9; 60=6; 45=9; 40=4; 36=9, and 30=3.  Notice that the only number not 3, 6, or 9 is 4 (but was derived from dividing 360 by 90)!

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By Marti Grobecker

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